XCode 4.3

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  1. steevg macrumors member

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    Hi Guys,

    I've just upgraded to Lion 10.7.3, and am having some issues with installing Xcode and a bunch of other binaries I'm using, for a customized DVD burning application.

    All was working fine on 10.6.8, but now after installing Xcode 4.3, and some associated binaries (in particular cdrtools) I'm having issues with the "mkisofs" binary - which doesn't appear as it did previously, in my /opt/local/bin/ directory.

    Has anyone else experienced this, or has anyone got any suggestions about how to get mkisofs installed?

    Just wondering if it's Xcode 4.3 related, and if downgrading to 4.2 might work?

    Regards
    Steve
     
  2. ScoobyMcDoo, Apr 30, 2012
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    ScoobyMcDoo macrumors 65816

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    With XCode 4.3, the command line utilities and compilers are no longer installed by default. Start XCode, go to preferences->downloads->components. Then click on install next to command line tools.

    I don't think mkisofs is part of xcode though. If you found it in /opt/local/bin before, it is probably part of a macports package.
     
  3. atMac macrumors 6502

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    4.3.2 is the newest version on the App store, if that helps you at all.
     
  4. steevg thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks guys,

    I've installed the command line tools (found that after another error), and also have the latest version installed 4.3.2

    Re-loaded Lion a couple of times to ensure a clean install with no rubbish anywhere (doesn't take long now), but still the same issues when I run the "ls -1 /opt/local/bin/" command to see if it's installed.

    I got a couple of previous errors, but this post helped me with those issues relating to where XCode 4.3.2 is now installed:

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/...port-functionality-after-installing-xcode-4-3

    Didn't fix the mkisofs / cdrtools issue though.
     
  5. ScoobyMcDoo macrumors 65816

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    Did you install the cdrtools port?
     
  6. steevg thread starter macrumors member

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    I installed cdrtools using:

    sudo port install cdrtools

    . . . . previously with 10.6.8, was that correct?
    Not sure how to check it's installed properly though (novice at terminal)
     
  7. ScoobyMcDoo macrumors 65816

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    Looks like mkisofs is no longer part of cdrtools. It is however part of dvdrtools, so install that instead. The two ports are incompatible, so you will need to remove cdrtools before you can install dvdrtools.
     
  8. steevg thread starter macrumors member

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    OK thanks, I'll give that a go.

    Can I ask where you saw the info, as I looked for this but until now, hadn't found anything.

    Thanx
     
  9. ScoobyMcDoo macrumors 65816

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    Well I installed cdrtools and saw I had the same problem as you, so I did "port info cdrtools" and saw in the description that it conflicts with dvdrtools. A quick google search found that dvdrtools was a branch of cdrtools, so I gave it a go and there was the tool in question.
     
  10. steevg thread starter macrumors member

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    . . . and the correct way to remove cdrtools in terminal?
     
  11. ScoobyMcDoo macrumors 65816

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    port uninstall cdrtools

    You are familiar with the man command right? if not, type "man port" and you will see all kinds of info.
     
  12. steevg, Apr 30, 2012
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    steevg thread starter macrumors member

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    Yes I've used the man command previously to check the installation went OK.

    But using the command you've mentioned returns:

    Error: Insufficient privileges to write to MacPorts install prefix

    Should I be using the sudo command?

    ie: sudo port uninstall cdrtools ?

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    . . . . OK got it, just installing dvdrtools now.

    OK, installed and running: man mkisofs returns installation info.
    But do I still need both cdrtools and dvdrw-tools as per my previous 10.6.8 installs, to burn the DVD's?

    Thanx
     

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